Monthly Archives: November 2022

Is the Portfolio Mix 60/40 still in vogue?

by on November 23, 2022 0
The classic 60/40 portfolio, consisting of 60% stocks and 40% bonds, has served investors well over the years. A very basic 60/40 split, which includes international titles, could consist of SPDR MSCI Global Stock Market ETF Portfolio (NYSEARCA: SPGM) combined with the Vanguard Total International Bond ETF (NYSEARCA: BNDX). Although not as effective and... Read More

Featured / Quote of the week – News

by on November 23, 2022 0
On November 16, UT graduate students from the activist group Underpaid at UT launch a banner on East 21st Street to raise awareness about working conditions and work organization on campus. They say graduate students continue to face inadequate compensation despite the steadily rising cost of living in Austin. (Photo by John Anderson) Turkey... Read More

A Dutch floating solar farm follows the sun’s rays to absorb more energy in a world first

by on November 22, 2022 0
An innovation floating solar farm in the Netherlands takes advantage of the rays. Proteus, developed by the Portuguese company Solaris Float, is a circular island of solar panels that floats above the water, generating renewable energy. The prototype power source can be installed on lakes, reservoirs and in coastal areas, potentially solving many problems... Read More

DSWD-Davao alarmed by use of so-called closed groups for sex trafficking

by on November 20, 2022 0
DAVAO CITY (MindaNews/November 20) – The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD)-Davao has expressed concern over the emergence of closed groups on social media that are used as a platform for trafficking of sex workers. DSWD-Davao spokesperson Gladys Credo told Kapihan her Philippine Information Agency (PIA) last Friday that they were investigating these... Read More

Environmental groups oppose pipeline expansion in the Pacific Northwest

by on November 19, 2022 0
SALEM, OR — The US government has taken a step towards approving a gas pipeline expansion in the Pacific Northwest – a move opposed by environmentalists and attorneys general from Oregon, California and Washington State. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, or FERC, announced on Friday that it had completed an environmental impact statement concluding... Read More

Motorsport Games continues to burn money

by on November 18, 2022 0
Following the release of the company’s third quarter 2022 financial results, Motorsport Games’ earnings call highlighted board member changes and continued cash burn challenges. To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Another quarterly earnings call, another troubling moment for Motorsport Games. The Miami-based racing game developer and publisher today held its third quarter... Read More

Stop asking why she didn’t leave

by on November 18, 2022 0
The murder of Shraddha Walkar has generated a lot of interest, not only for the gruesome details, but also for her murderous boyfriend Aftab Poonawalla. People searched his social media profiles to leave comments expressing anger, shock and pain. The media recreated scenes via animations or sent their reporters to Mehrauli Forest, where the... Read More

COVID-19 Emergency Funding and California’s Higher Education Systems

by on November 17, 2022 0
Additional Student Funding While half of federal funds were intended to flow directly to students for aid, institutions could also direct a portion of their share of institutional funds to students. Together, public institutions spent about $638 million (21% of total institutional spending) in additional funding for students (Figure 4). This additional student funding... Read More

Weekend confrontation involving SWAT negotiation teams and College Station Police Department hostages – WTAW

by on November 14, 2022 0
Image taken from the College Station Police Department Twitter account. Photo by Deuntae Damon from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx The College Station police response to a domestic violence incident over the weekend resulted in the release of SWAT negotiation teams and hostages. Residents of apartments in Southgate Village were moved and a road was closed on Saturday... Read More

Recession-hit UK finally confronts its fiscal abyss: Eco Week

by on November 12, 2022 0
(Bloomberg) — Britain’s plan to repair its damaged public finances and market credibility will finally emerge this week following data showing an intensifying cost-of-living shock in a recession-hit economy. . Bloomberg’s Most Read Spending cuts and tax increases could feature prominently in the program that Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt will unveil on... Read More

Sustained buying interest in the national stock market

by on November 11, 2022 0
Sustained buying interest in the national stock market At the end of yesterday’s trading session, the Nigerian All-Share Index closed in the green, rising 1.07% to close at 43,942.82 points. The performance is due to the purchase of interest on large cap stocks such as AIRTELAFRI (+0.37%) and DANGCEM (+7.77%). Consequently, the YTD yield... Read More

Avalon GloboCare signs definitive agreement for

by on November 8, 2022 0
The company will acquire a majority stake in Laboratory Services MSO, LLC, a leading reference laboratory with unaudited revenues of over $25 million in 2021, net income over $10 million, and over 600,000 tests performed since inception The cash portion will be funded by a $15 million private placement of Avalon preferred stock, convertible... Read More

Trick or truth? Domestic terrorism on Halloween?

by on November 7, 2022 0
Another Halloween has passed. Goblin costumes, ghosts, fairy princesses, dinosaurs, pirates and witches have been put away. A few number 17 Josh Allen jerseys showed up at the door this holiday, as did a Secret Service agent. Popular films have inspired several other thought-provoking costumes: a Mirabel of Encanto fame has come begging, as... Read More

Modi may come to regret what he wished for

by on November 6, 2022 0
INDIA Since taking office in 2014, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it his mission to make Hindi the national language. He quickly announced that he would conduct all government business in Hindi, although he is reasonably fluent in English, which he uses strategically on the world stage. The move was unsurprising given... Read More

NRF’s holiday sales forecast is optimistic, amid economic concerns

by on November 5, 2022 0
Amid many economic concerns looming, including things like inflation, still-high gas prices, and moderating consumer demand, the 2022 holiday shopping season has what really can’t be. seen only as an optimistic outlook. That was the word from the Washington, DC-based National Retail Federation (NRF) yesterday (November 3) when the organization released its sales forecast... Read More

IKEA Visa Credit Card Review – Forbes Advisor

by on November 4, 2022 0
Earn rewards The IKEA Visa credit card earns 5% back in rewards on IKEA purchases, including Traemand installation and TaskRabbit assembly services, 3% back in rewards on restaurant, grocery and service purchases and 1% back in rewards on all other purchases made with your IKEA Visa credit card. Reward Dollars expire 36 months after... Read More

Paramount+ hits 46 million global subscribers in Q3, but stock drops about 9% on lost revenue • TechCrunch

by on November 2, 2022 0
Paramount announced its third-quarter results this morning, citing growth in global streaming subscribers. The company’s flagship streaming service, Paramount+, saw a slight increase of 2.7 million subscribers in the third quarter, bringing the total to 46 million, from 43.3 million in the second quarter when Paramount+ recorded a net increase of 3.7 million subscribers.... Read More

Stimulus Update: Scammers on the hunt for bumper stimulus money

by on November 1, 2022 0
Image source: Getty Images Scammers are the worst. Rather than taking action to earn money legitimately, they prey on unsuspecting people. And here’s the problem with scammers: they’re always there, waiting for the next opportunity to manipulate them. They are like rats, hiding in a corner, waiting for someone to drop a piece of... Read More